xserver problems

scsijon scsijon at lamiaworks.com.au
Wed Jul 3 15:35:29 PDT 2013

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> Message: 3
> Date: Wed, 03 Jul 2013 10:44:13 +0200
> From: sardemff7+wayland at sardemff7.net
> To: Bill Spitzak <spitzak at gmail.com>, 	wayland
> 	<wayland-devel at lists.freedesktop.org>
> Subject: Re: xserver problems
> Message-ID: <51D3E45D.1040407 at sardemff7.net>
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> On 03/07/2013 10:19, Bill Spitzak wrote:
>> I am really interested in knowing if other people are seeing this problem.
>> If this is due to the wlshm driver I would be able to try to fix this.
>> If this is for all xserver users then I suspect I do not have enough
>> knowledge to fix it however.
>> Bill Spitzak wrote:
>>> For the last 2 months running x applications under wayland is
>>> producing black windows, but if you resize them you get screwed up
>>> window borders (in attached picture).
>>> It also appears that the image does not update until the event *after*
>>> the one that caused the window to change. For instance if you push a
>>> button, the button does not draw pushed-in until the mouse is moved.
>>> Are these known problems or is something wrong with my setup?
> I can reproduce it with wlshm. With Intel DDX, it works fine.
> I am using my rebased branches, so with Xorg server 1.15.
> http://git.sardemff7.net/wayland/

we have seen this before with xorg servers, it's usually found that some 
dependancy for the driver concerned has been updated, but the driver 
itself hasn't been rebuilt to suit, usually fixed by either recompiling 
the driver (if possible) or stepping back the dependancy.


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